In 1985, I began my academic career as an Assistant Professor at Konya Selcuk University's Faculty of Medicine, where I played a key role in establishing the faculty and our Obstetrics and Gynecology Department. I served as the department head from 1985-1987 and again from 1992-1996. Since then, my focus has been on conducting research in endoscopic surgery and reproductive endocrinology, with a strong commitment to expanding knowledge in these fields. To further this goal, I spent time in 1992 at the Reproductive Endocrinology and Assisted Reproductive Techniques department of Cleveland Clinic in America, and in 1993, I continued to enhance my skills and knowledge at Akita University in Japan.
At our faculty, I was instrumental in establishing the Assisted Reproductive Techniques center and worked there until 2002. Recently, I have been working to establish a private In Vitro Fertilization Center in Konya.